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New Tool for Figuring Out FERPA’s Exceptions Read More.
April 23, 2014

NEW VIDEO & SUCCESS STORY: Delaware Uses Data to Make the Best Decisions for Kids Read More.
April 23, 2014

New Roadmap with 10 Data Literacy Skills to Embed in State Licensure Policy Read More.
April 21, 2014


Lisa Sparrow posted on 4/23/2014


NEW VIDEO & SUCCESS STORY: Delaware Uses Data to Make the Best Decisions for Kids
admin posted on Mon, 2014-04-21 19:27

Data Quality Campaign Statement on Wind Down of inBloom

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Contact:  Dakarai Aarons, daarons@dataqualitycampaign.org, 202-393-7192

 


Brennan Parton posted on 4/21/2014


New Roadmap with 10 Data Literacy Skills to Embed in State Licensure Policy
State licensure polices are meant to provide teacher preparation programs with direction about the skills teachers need to be qualified to teach, including skills to use data. This roadmap discusses the 10 key data use skills that states can include in a licensure policy with a quality focus on effective data use.

Rachel Anderson posted on 4/18/2014


Eddata Privacy Update: 04/18/14

Danielle Evennou posted on 4/15/2014


How Can We Work Together to Get Better Results?

Rachel Anderson posted on 4/11/2014


Eddata Privacy Update: 04/11/14
Collaborative Network Uses Data to Improve Math Achievement

This state story was written by Sandy Frieden, Ph.D., Director of Continuous Improvement at All Kids Alliance.


Chris Kingsley posted on 4/10/2014


[Podcast] Using Data to Innovate: A Story of Scatterplots

Amilcar Guzman posted on 4/9/2014


A Busy Day for Education on Capitol Hill

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